Tag Archives: China

Chinese “Might Have Beens”: Big Opportunities Missed

The centenary of the Chinese Communist Party makes this a good time to consider some Chinese “might have beens” and their relevance today.

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China in My Life — A Personal Journey: The 1950s

How does the emergence of China look through the prism of a Westerner’s life?

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Pakistan Quo Vadis?

Why Pakistan’s education “reform” is likely to raise eyebrows in Washington and Beijing.

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India’s Growing International Clout

A changing global context, a more transactional world and China’s assertiveness increase India’s pool of potential friends.

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Mexico Elections: President Obrador Returns with Limited Powers

The populist leader is still strong but may have to give up his goal of constitutional reform.

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Keeping China at Bay: Biden’s Trillion Dollar Infrastructure Blueprint

The best way to counter China’s propaganda would be for the Biden infrastructure programs to show that democracy works by providing concrete benefits to Americans.

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The Chinese-Mexican Bromance

An official apology by Mexico’s President for the 1911 Torreon massacre of Chinese immigrants highlights China’s increasing clout in Mexico.

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India: The Europe of Asia

Despite a similarity in temperament, Europe and India struggle to enhance their partnership. Why?

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What’s in a Name? Or Polly’s Story

A real-life guide to the befuddling world of Chinese naming conventions.

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Global Cuisine: Migraines in Beijing and Jet Lag in Thailand

How the food industry turns you into an addict.

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